Bears

Sarah Encapera
Prevent food-conditioned bruins.  Read more >>
Grizzly Bear Delisting, Montana Grizzly Bear, Endangered Species List
Jones, Andrea
Montana FWP explains the delisting.“We didn’t work on this for over 30 years to see the bear disappear.” Read more >>
Grizzly bear, Yellowstone National Park
Cessna, Janice
And what happens next. Read more >>
Photo by Chuck Bartlebaugh
Slepian, Maggie
How to stay safe. Read more >>
Bear, Montana, Camping
Jenny Sheets
And he's bound to keep you up all night. Read more >>
Illustration by Mike Russo
Bilverstone, Bill
There's no bear like your first bear. Read more >>
Losinski, Gregg
Bears embrace unlimited food opportunities this fall. Read more >>
Reed, Tom
Alive, the grizzly is a symbol of freedom and understanding—a sign that man can learn to conserve what is left of the earth. Extinct, it will be another fading testimony to things man should have learned more about but was too preoccupied with himself to notice. Read more >>
bear, bear safety, grizzly
the editors
What’s worse than running into a grizzly bear in the wild? Running into a ravenous one. Each autumn, grizzlies enter a gluttonous state called hyperphagia, where they pack on weight for the long winter ahead. Read more >>
Grizzly Bear, Hunting with Grizzlies, Hunting Grizzly Country
Ross, Drew M.
Bears are back in town. Read more >>
Hiking Safely in Grizzly Country, Tim Rubbert
England, Mike
Some things aren’t intuitive, and behaving properly around bears is one of them. Luckily there’s a vast library of material on the matter, including a new book by Montana bear expert Tim Rubbert. Read more >>
Grizzly Bear Delisting, Hunting Girzzly Bears, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Montana Wildlife Federation
the editors
Opinions on the grizzly delisting. Read more >>
Grizzly bears, Montana wildlife, Safety in the backcountry, Outside Bozeman
Lisa Baril
Overcoming irrational fear.  Read more >>
Pogge, Drew
Keeping the bears away Read more >>
Beaudoin, Kate
The effects of climate change are already evident, and the stakes are high for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers living in southwest Montana who recreate year-round in Yellowstone National Park. Read more >>
Orem, Tina
Like the title indicates, Kalispell’s Ben Long presents a collection of bear stories from across Montana. Read more >>
Tina Orem
MARK OF THE GRIZZLY by Scott McMillion Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot Press, 1998 249 pages Read more >>
Lach, Devon
Local Bozeman resident and author/illustrator Ted Rechlin gives Montana’s children of all ages a chance to find out what a year in the life of a Yellowstone grizzly is like in his new book Silvertip (Riverbend Publishing, $10). Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
Everyone knows that carrying bear spray is essential when a big grizzly sees red—but not everyone knows how to dispose of their half-used or empty cans while staying green. Read more >>
Babcock, Adam
I saw the two bears from the road while driving. Like a proper tourist, I stopped right in the middle of the road. Since I was on a curve, I did the responsible thing—I turned on my hazards. Read more >>
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